The domaine de Chez Maillard has sheltered the production of Leyrat cognacs for over 150 years. In the heart of the 90 hectares of vines, at the top of the chalky hill, the hamlet secretly hides in its cellars, the oldest eaux-de-vies of the territory.
Old gold in colour. The nose has remarkable floral freshness with leafy undertones. This first impression yeilds to fine spice, notably cinnamon and aromas of stewed fruit and quince. The palate is exceptional for its smoothness, packed with peach and apricot flavours and with a hint of resin and honey in an elegant and powerful finish.
Brussells Spirits Award- GOLD